A Survey of the Strength and Opulence of Great Britain; Wherein Is Shewn, the Progress of Its Commerce, Agriculture, Population, &C. Before and Since the Accession of the House of Hanover by the REV. Dr. Clarke with Observations by Dean

A Survey of the Strength and Opulence of Great Britain; Wherein Is Shewn, the Progress of Its Commerce, Agriculture, Population, &C. Before and Since the Accession of the House of Hanover by the REV. Dr. Clarke with Observations by Dean

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1801 edition. Excerpt: ...of Hesse Cassel, and of Sums paid for all British Troops serv ing on the Continent of Europe; and Money remitted for Extraordinary Mi Jitary Expences to the said Continent, in the War ending 1763. Richard Molesworth, Accountant of the Paymaster General's Office. Pay Office, Horse Guards, 21st April 1797. Total sum- .20,626,997. os. 'jd. End os Tabje F. THE present war required a supply on the same Continent of above fourteen millions and a half, (See Table G.J Table G., An Account of the Expences abroad in each Year since the Beginning of the War, including Loan to the Emperor, and Subsidies to Prussia and Sardinia. .32,810,977. 2s.. 2ld. Charles Long, Whitehall Treasury Chambers, 24th April 1797. Page 19 2 Report. N. B. Of the above it appears that there was, during the above four years, expended on the Continent, including the Imperial Loan, and the advances to the Emperor, .14,988,422. ys. 6d. End of Table G. I 2 THE THE following facts are also deserving of notice, inasmuch as they confirm the necessity of an increased circulation in time of war. This will appear in the subsequent accounts of payments, loans, and subsidies. See Table H. Table H; Account of Remittances and Payments for the Services of War in the West Indies, Continent of Europe, Island of Corsica, and other Parts of the World, in the Four last Yearns. -33,5IO,779-os-7'? Charles Long. Whitehall Treasury Chambers, 13th April 1797. N. B. Loans-to Ireland are not included in the above i . s. d. The amount of Loan to the Emperor---5,570,000 o o Prussian subsidy----v 1,223,890 10 6 Sardinian subsidy--500,000 o o Sums for Foreign and Emigrant Corps--3,540,000 o 3 13 Amount Amount of Foreign Secret Service, deducting j. 25,009. per ann. paid out of the...show more

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